Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The theological doctrine that at death the soul falls asleep, and does not awake till the resurrection of the body.
- n. theology The doctrine that the soul falls asleep at death, and does not wake until the resurrection of the body.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Theol.) The doctrine that the soul falls asleep at death, and does not wake until the resurrection of the body.
- psycho- + Ancient Greek to spend all night long; see pan-. (Wiktionary)
“All advocates of the doctrine of psychopannychism, or the sleep of souls from death till the last day, in addition to the general body of orthodox Christians, have been supporters of this conclusion. 6”
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